SDG Impact Accelerator is accepting financial inclusion application

The SDG Impact Accelerator (SDGia) is Turkey’s first global impact accelerator built by a public-private partnership platform to empower innovative entrepreneurs who are providing impact at scale.

SDGia Financial Inclusion call is open now for teams from all around the world. The program aims an urgent transformation of the current #financial system in Bangladesh with innovative solutions for #financialinclusion from global and local entrepreneurs.

Financial Inclusion call is led by the @Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, @UNDP Turkey, and @United Nations Technology Bank for LDCs with the support of government institutions of Bangladesh and Startup Bangladesh.

SDGia Financial Inclusion call is open now for teams from all around the world. The program aims an urgent transformation of the current #financial system in Bangladesh with innovative solutions for #financialinclusion from global and local entrepreneurs.

SDG Impact Accelerator is accepting financial inclusion application this year:

Are you ready to implement or test your solution with the support of local institutions and additional investment?

Receive up to $15K equity free cash, access SDGia’s global network, implement your solution with local support

SDGia is looking for entrepreneurs who are working on solutions related to financial inclusion in Bangladesh and the accelerator is offering $15,000 and access to networks and mentoring to help scale up solutions.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 22TH, 2021 23:59 (GMT+3)

Here is the website with further information: https://www.sdgia.org/

FINANCIAL INCLUSION FOR BANGLADESH

Financial inclusion is a critical enabler of 8 SDGs focusing on eradicating poverty (SDG 1); ending hunger, achieving food security and promoting sustainable agriculture (SDG 2); profiting health and well-being (SDG 3); achieving gender equality and economic empowerment of women (SDG 5); promoting economic growth and jobs (SDG 8); supporting industry, innovation, and infrastructure (SDG 9); reducing inequality (SDG 10) ; and strengthening the means of implementation (SDG 17). The program aims an urgent transformation of the current financial system with innovative solutions after COVID-19 from global and local entrepreneurs.

UN entities involved in this initiative
UNDP
United Nations Development Programme